The Barnes Review

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The Barnes Review is a bi-monthly historical revisionist magazine and a website with various associated features such as bookstore, radio, and blog. The organization also holds conferences.

The Barnes Review emerged from conflicts involving the now defunct Journal of Historical Review. It differs in being more popular-oriented and exploring a wider range of historical topics. The magazine was originally published by Willis A. Carto. The name is from the name of the revisionist Harry Elmer Barnes.

Leftist Wikipedia cites unsourced SPLC allegations that it "practices an extremist form of revisionist history that includes defending the Nazi regime, denying the Holocaust, discounting the evils of slavery, and promoting white nationalism."

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